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Many kids and adults need braces and are referred to a specialist called an orthodontist. In fact, over four million people in the United States wear them each year. These appliances can help to straighten crooked teeth or fix a misaligned jaw. It is helpful to know what to expect at each appointment. Knowledge helps to alleviate any fears you may have about the process and procedures. In this post, we’ll show you what an orthodontist first time is like. Let’s crack on.

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Your teeth complete your smile. If you need to correct your smile to achieve a good first impression, then there are a few choices to consider. Braces to correct malocclusions or you can opt for veneers. Veneers can’t correct jaw issues, but they can make your smile straight-looking and nice to look at. Braces will correct most issues regardless of malocclusion. However, treatment takes years. In this post, we’ll show you in a quick fashion the differences between the two. Veneers or Braces? Let’s investigate it.

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A pandemic means staying clear of others. Whether we like it or not we have to deal with self-isolation. If we are undergoing medical treatments during a lockdown then we must be on A-game status. There are simple steps to follow for orthodontic treatment during times like this. Your orthodontist will be open for emergency and essential treatment only. In this post, we’ll take you through 3 steps to care for orthodontics during self-solation. Let’s get going.

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PREGNANT BELLY

Braces during pregnancy. Fixing teeth crooked teeth or correcting improper bite is orthodontics. Braces and clear aligners help with the alignment of teeth. When a woman is pregnant, her body undergoes various changes. These do not obstruct teeth alignment. But it is important for a pregnant woman to know the facts before undergoing treatment. In this post, we’ll take you through orthodontics while pregnant. After which, you’ll be wiser and ready for action. Let’s get started.

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Bad dentition can be frustrating, uncomfortable and sometimes painful. It can be an embarrassing problem too as it affects a person’s appearance. Orthodontists specialize in correcting oral problems with the aid of devices such as braces. They fix overbites in teeth, underbites, gaps, alongside other dental issues that involve the jaw, teeth and facial muscles. In this post, we’ll show you the 9 Signs of a Good Orthodontist. Let’s get cracking.

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Dr. Adam Schulhof with a female patient.

Teeth movement with braces. There are several problems that would necessitate a visit to an orthodontist. One of them is movement. Slight movements do not usually call for an emergency. However, if you can feel the movements in your adult teeth, then you need to take the matter seriously. In this post, we’ll show you all about teeth movement with braces. Let’s get moving!

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Firstly, a great smile lets the people around us know that we are enjoying life. A smile brightens the day of everyone it meets. It exudes confidence. It communicates friendliness and an openness to new ideas. A great smile can unlock even the coldest of hearts.

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dr adam schulhof - orthodontist in new york and new jersey
If you need orthodontic services, the Schulhof Center at KinderSmiles is the premier choice in the northern New Jersey or New York areas. Dr. Adam Schulhof, DMD, is passionate about solving problems such as crooked or uneven teeth. A world-renowned expert in lingual orthodontics, Dr. Schulhof believes in enhancing his patients’ lives by creating beautiful, healthy smiles.
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You want to do what’s best for your kids, and getting them braces when they are young is beneficial. This is the best time to get their teeth to shift and move so that they have the space they need. Wearing braces now also reduces the risk of teeth moving back to their original position, which can happen if your child gets braces later in life. In this blog, we’ll show you the facts on what to expect for braces with sports. Let’s get cracking.

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According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), as many as half of all adults may have some level of periodontal disease. That is a lot of people suffering from what is arguably the most serious chronic oral health condition in the country today – and most don’t even realize they have it!

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